EBA BOWLS: Town keep top spot after seeing off Park

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Super Spalding Town A stay in pole position in Group A of the EBA Section Four Club Championship after seeing off second placed Carter’s Park.

The match was closer than the 8-2 scoreline suggests though, with the final rink win of 21-15 by R Gedney, R Wing, M Elding and S Lane sealing the victory.

Moulton Harrox claimed their second victory of the season against a Bourne outfit still looking to break their duck.

Harrox eased to victory, the clearest rink win the 37-8 demolition achieved by I Bertram, R Wade, J Stanley and N Pentney.

The closest game in Group A came at Donington, where the home team went down 4-6 against Royal Mail Cart A, the decisive rink being the second, where B Wilson, S Callaby, M Dolton and M Simpson triumphed 30-6 for Cart.

Brilliant Billingborough hit top spot in Group B with a 10-0 thrashing of second-placed Holbeach USC, with Gosberton now second after their 10-0 beating at Deeping.

Long Sutton recorded their first win of the campaign, 9-1 over Castle B.

In Triples A Castle A are still top of the pile after defeating carter’s Park A 8-2, but Goodfellowship are hot on their heels with a game in hand, after beating Billingborough 10-0.

Long Sutton are also in the hunt and dispatched Billingborough the week before, 8-2, before beating Royal Mail Cart by the same score.

Bourne Town enjoyed a comfortable 10-0 win against fellow early strugglers Royal Mail Cart.

Consti B hit the bottom after an 8-2 defeat at Moulton Harrox.

Awesome Ayscoughfee are in the Triples B ascendancy, making it five wins out of six with a 10-0 victory over Gosberton, although the first two rinks were very close.

Holbeach United Services Club remain in second position after an 8-2 victory over Spalding Town B, who are still to register their first win of the season.

Carter’s Park B fought back from losing the first rink to see off Moulton Harrox B 8-2.

Finally Spalding Town A stay in third spot with their fourth win out of five, defeating fourth-placed Castle B 7-3 in a mostly tight affair.